More residents flee Aleppo eastern neighborhoods for army posts

ALEPPO, Dec. 21 (MNA) – More people continue to flee the terrorist-besieged eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city, as tens of them, along with a number of kidnapped people, arrived Tuesday at posts of the Syrian Arab Army in Jisr al-Hajj area after they managed to escape.

"I had been held by Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists for two and a half months before they transferred us to al-Burjyat....where we stayed for about 15 days," one of the kidnapped, who is from al-Halk area, said.

He indicated that Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists killed a number of people and took a number of them to the countryside, noting that they used to burn food stores and cars transporting food supplies inside the eastern neighborhoods.

Another person who also managed to flee the neighborhoods said "I am sick and I need to be hospitalized…I came here to check on my house, and I pleaded to the Red Cross and the Red Crescent to allow me to depart the neighborhoods and they agreed, yet the terrorists prevented me from exiting."

The terrorist organizations had also burned the identity cards and all official documents of the residents, according to one of the kidnapped persons, who added that the terrorists had confiscated the food supplies.

SANA/MNA

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